Wildlife Preservation Canada

Animals, Environment


For dozens of Canadian species at risk, habitat protection alone is not enough.  Wildlife Preservation Canada saves animals on the brink of extinction in Canada by providing direct hands-on intervention such as conservation breeding and releases.

Our Impact

Since 1985, WPC has supported and contributed to numerous recovery actions across Canada – from Canada’s most endangered frog, the Oregon spotted frog, in BC., to burrowing owls in Canada’s prairies, to a critically endangered songbird in Ontario, to freshwater turtles, pollinators and butterflies across the country, to piping plovers and swallows in the Maritimes. Read our latest annual reports and newsletters for all the recent numbers, or visit our field updates for conservation in action.

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A legacy gift to WPC will help ensure that Canada’s unique wildlife survives for generations to come. Nothing compares with the act of giving back, which WPC does each time we put animals back into the wild to help their populations recover and thrive.

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Wildlife Preservation Canada

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